from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A change within an intrusive igneous rock caused by the assimilation of portions of the surrounding rock.
- noun A homomorphism that maps a mathematical system into itself.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In petrography, changes brought about within the mass of an intrusive igneous rock by contact with the intruded rock.
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- noun geology The
assimilationof surrounding rockby an intrusive igneousrock
- noun mathematics A
homomorphismthat mapsa systemto itself
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This gives rise to an endomorphism T on cardinals, where T | X |
Racing effortlessly across the grasslands as a zebra certainly had its appeal, and on some occasions, I could conceive of overcoming my childhood endomorphism and would aspire to giraffehood.